Since last we reviewed London markets much has changed, so we have recently gone to back to our review sources and asked our friends to check out today’s markets once again. Below are our top 5 London markets: At the top of almost everyone’s list is the Flower Market with the next 4 being in
I was amazed and pleased to discover ‘The Line’, it is London’s first dedicated public art walk. Connecting three boroughs (Newham, Tower Hamlets and Greenwich) and following the Greenwich Meridian, it runs between the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and The O2 (one of London’s premier music venues). The Line features an evolving program of art
Created as a tribute to the composer Benjamin Britten (1913 to 1976) this giant Scallop Shell rises from the sands of Aldeburgh in Suffolk where he Britten regularly walked. The scallop was created by a local artist Maggie Hambling who herself is a fan of Britten’s music. The sculpture depicts two, broken, interlocking scallop shells.
Found in the heart of Dublin and focused on the myths of Ireland and the history of small little men with a pot of gold, this one-of-a-kind museum in Dublin brings to life many of the stories and folklore surrounding the leprechauns and other faeries native to the emerald Isle. Irish storytelling is the key
Dursey Island hangs off the western point of Ireland with three rocks called Bull Rock, Cow Rock and Calf Rock. In the mid-1800s there were 48 people living on the island and today that has been reduced to 4 with several holiday homes for those who wish to experience a wild and windy environment, there
There are few items that generate more different points of view or discussion than art works or sculpture outside of a gallery and some of the most intense discussions seem to happen when an installation is created on a pristine beach where until now only the tide had disturbed the sand. I recently came across